Cat

As my partner, Ruhi and I started the assignment we were perplexed. Our initial plan was to take the jar, wagon, blue and white paper, straw, bead, and a paper holder and make a city. However, as we looked around us, we realized how everyone in the class was making Read more…

Archival Research Activity

What is archival research? Archival research is looking into archives or collections that libraries have to conduct primary research. Archival research is an excellent source of research because all the facts are there in forms of documents, audio, posters, clothing, books, and more. This type of research allows researchers to Read more…

Sample Bib Entry

Williams, Gabrielle. “Primary Source Description Two.” Postscript Reverie Blog, 2017. http://postscriptreverie.gsucreate.org/source-descriptions/primary-source-description-two-gabrielle-williams/ Gabrielle Williams details the panel from the AIDS quilt. She is fully conscripting piece by piece a great image of the quilt. William’s engages in an analysis of her specific panel, but she also backs it up by providing other sources Read more…

PSD Activity 2

Description In this image, there is a girl who is relatively fair in color with dark blue eyes. Her stance is relatively different than most poses. She has her shoulder pointing towards us, the audience, and her face and neck are parallel to her shoulder. She is wearing a smooth Read more…

Kristin

In class today, we were assigned a partner and were suppose to analyze their item. My partner, Kristin, brought in a square/ rectangular object. The object consisted of both soft and rough texture. This square also looked airy and had many bubbles or open holes all throughout the bottom portion Read more…

Introducing the Quilt

Life is a continuous pattern of ups and downs. Life is never one hundred percent perfect. Diseases and illnesses are a part of life but yet when it takes away one of our loved ones we tend to feel broken for the years to come. The Names Project AIDS Memorial Read more…